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Found it MightyReek found Graffiti House [VN1000Fontes]

Friday, 24 August 2007Beja, Portugal

We knew that other people got the car jammed in the sand so we looked for another way to get there. We left the car a safe distance away from the sand and about 600 metres away from the cache. As so, we were able to enjoy a little walk.
On the way to the house we passed some bushes that looked either haunted by spirits or inhabited by wild boars…

Anyway, armed with some sticks we arrived at the house from southeast and entered those, once busy, yards.

It’s an inarguably calm and quiet place that looks really haunted, as if someone were spying on us from some hole in the wall.
The paintings are amazing and capable of making some artists out there very jealous. They’re really worth the visit.

The cache was easy to find, Tehanu spotted it after MightyReek climbed the wall to look for it in higher places… We took it inside the warehouse and did the log and trades sitting close to the small tomatoe bush.

PS1: As folhas do logbook estão cheias do lado que tem os campos para escrever. Tivemos que fazer o log nas costas das mesmas e já la estavam mais alguns assim.

PS2: Should someone know the code that opens the locker we found at the cache, please contact us, because this way it is useless to us…

Date and Time of Found: August 24th, 11:00

IN: Squid + Blue hair elastic band
OUT: Locker
Team Geo-Cricket
MightyReek & Tehanu

GrafitiHPIM0567.JPGThe first view we got from the House... Looks like it has been very busy, long ago.

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infoThis is the original cache type consisting, at a bare minimum, a container and a log book. Normally you'll find a tupperware container, ammo box, or bucket filled with goodies, or smaller container ("micro cache") too small to contain items except for a log book. The coordinates listed on the traditional cache page is the exact location for the cache.
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